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Old 06-15-2011, 04:47 PM   #1
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Just a piece of advice

For those that have had their RV in storage or at a campsite for any length of time in the warmer weather, be careful when you stick your pinky's in the slot to release a latch on your storage compartments. Found out the hard way today that some wasps decided to make there nesting place there. OUCH!!! )@#*&(*$N%)(U! Guess they need to nest somewhere! Noticed some flying into a little hole under my driver side mirror as well. I'll get those guys tonite. MY REVENGE!!!

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FYI....that wasp spray works well for those wasps and I am told it will work well as a ''people repellent'' also. Unlike Mace and some of the other brands it will shoot 20 to 25 feet, its legal to own and transport as it is an insect repellent, readily available and not too expensive. I am told it also works on dogs and most other warm blooded animals. It is a good stop gap to carry especially in some state and national parks where animals sometimes have rabies and will attack without warning.
I always look before I open those doors on the electrical posts where you plug in your electric/cable etc. The ''bugs'' just love too build in them also.
I once made the error of parking almost on top of a hornets nest that was in the ground. My left front wheel was alive with hornets. That nite I sprayed them down and had no more trouble.
One more thing..... Watch out for FIRE ANTS...... they are tiny and quiet and will eat you alive if you step on one of their colonies.
Nuff said for now...
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